there are various sorts of honeymoon to appreciate in South Africa

there are many different types of honeymoons to enjoy in South Africa


 South Africa Honeymoon Safaris – Sand & Safari

As we’ve mentioned in our honeymoon pages, South Africa does lend itself to bush and beach honeymoons. Pristine beaches can be combined with some truly romantic and top-class game reserves such as Phinda Rock Lodge or Thanda Game Reserve in northern KwaZulu Natal.

 South Africa Safari & Beach

Scenic Safari & Beach Self Drive
Isibindi Fly-in Safari

However ocean-front hotels in South Africa are surprisingly uncommon, apart from these. Check out some of our favourite beach honeymoon destinations:

The Bay, Camps Bay, Cape Town,
The Twelve Apostles, Cape Town
The Birkenhead, Hermanus
The Views Hotel & Spa, Wilderness, Garden Route
Robberg Beach Lodge, Plettenberg Bay, Garden Route
The Plettenberg, Plettenberg Bay, Garden Route
Oyster Box Hotel, KwaZulu Natal
Thonga Beach Lodge, KwaZulu Nata


Romantic game lodges for Honeymoon Safaris
Thanda Safari Lodge, KwaZulu Natal

African Honeymoons in the Lakes and Mountains
If your spirit is soothed more by glorious scenery than by burning shores, then your honeymoon will be less constrained by seasonal factors. Lodges in areas which get cold in winter such as the Drakensberg Mountains will have roaring log fires, frequently in guest bedrooms as well. And in summer you can bathe in rock pools and mountain streams. Some hotels and country lodges have risen to the challenge of providing cuisine so delicious that you’ll hike for miles just to be able to fit in all the courses!


Best Honeymoon Destinations – Gourmet Food and Wine


The Cape Winelands is a tranquil and romantic end to any African honeymoon. Stay on a wine estate for glorious mountain views or in one of the picturesque towns so that you can sample different restaurants on foot. The pleasure of this honeymoon is the enjoyment of the good life: appreciating the wine and the unique Cape architecture; savouring long, lazy meals at one of the many excellent bistros; debating the merits of the latest award-winning vintages; or browsing in the craft studios and art galleries. In addition, Cape Town is less than an hour’s drive away if bright lights beckon…



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